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Promoting classroom learning for Head Start children: The importance of identifying early behavior problems and fostering adaptive learning behaviors

An overview of the importance of the early identification of children's behavioral problems, and a discussion of their implications on children's learning in preschool and later school success, based on findings from a study on the links between behavioral problems and children's early math and literacy skills
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